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Packers cut Woodson; How would he look in purple?

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In a surprise move on Friday the Green Bay Packers released star safety Charles Woodson. Pro Football Talk reports that Woodson will likely land with another team unless he decides to retire.

How would he look with the Vikings? Forget the image that was created in Word Paint for this story, but how would he look wearing purple and gold?

Michael Rand of the Star Tribune asks if the 36-year-old could end up being another longtime Packer that migrates to Minnesota. He believes Woodson could be a "very useful" pick-up.

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